Twitter has never really been friendly towards third-party Twitter client developers with its various API restrictions that force third-party apps into giving a sub-par Twitter experience. Now, with complete silence on one of its upcoming API changes that will negatively impact third-party clients, Twitter has frustrated the developers behind popular clients like Tweetbot, Twitterific, Talon, and Tweetings.
Twitter API Changes Will Break Third-Party Twitter Apps Like Tweetbot and Twitterrific [Update: Twitter Responds]
Tweetbot, one of the more popular third-party Twitter apps for Mac and iOS, has been updated to support the latest versions of Apple’s operating systems.
Tweetbot 4 is hands down the best third party Twitter client for iPhone and iPad. Yes, you don’t get access to all new Twitter features like Polls, but on the upside, there are no ads, there’s timeline position sync between all your devices and the user interface is much, much better. Totally worth the $9.99 asking price. Especially if you use Twitter day in and day out.
Now that Twitter has reclassified itself into a News app, moving away from the social network crowd, Tweetbot –a popular third-party Twitter app– has made it even easier to live tweet.
Tweetbot for Mac has plenty of noteworthy features, but for users of the app on Mac, the latest update might make it even more functional.
On June 4, Tweetbot 2 for Mac finally arrived, bringing with it plenty of new features and a brand new redesign that fosters in plenty of Yosemite-based aesthetics.
Tweetbot has just received an update that pushes the version number up to 3.6, and adds one of Twitter’s newest features.
Tweetbot — one of the most popular Twitter clients for iOS — was updated today to add support for viewing GIFs and videos uploaded directly on Twitter.
Tweetbot 3, one of the best Twitter iPhone apps, today received a huge and much awaited update with support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus’ larger display, Interactive Notifications and more.